WildStar-Powerleveling Through Battlegrounds

Buy cheap wildstar gold  WildStar offers multiple ways to advance your level and work your way to the top, one of which is through PvP, with battlegrounds opening up at level 6. And while games differ on how effective battlegrounds are in terms of leveling up quickly, WildStar has really done things right, making PvP not only viable, but on par with PvE content, effectively fostering a system where you really do have a choice. Let’s take a look at what helps make it tick, and what to expect-especially from a low-level standpoint.

A great thing about PvP is that you gain experience from both kills themselves and from finishing the match. Along with this, you get credit for all kills-not just those that you helped out with. While there aren’t a lot of kills in a given match, they do grant a lot of experience. Some at level 13, for example, can grant 2% or more, with the average being around 1%.

An issue present in a lot of games is that if you level only through PvP, you end up being at a disadvantage gear-wise when compared to others that spend their time doing quests and farming items. With WildStar, there are PvP-specific vendors all over that sell everything from gear, to add-ons, and even consumables.

The downside of all of this is that PvP can get a little monotonous. The matches are pretty similar because of one big pitfall: killing players takes a long time. As a direct example of this, a fresh level 6 player can have the entire enemy team pounding on them (10v1) and still live through 30-60 seconds of this beating before finally dying. In smaller skirmishes, it’s not at all uncommon for a battle to last multiple minutes before anyone dies, leading to what sometimes feels like a battle of futility.

The final aspect here is that you end up trading leveling speed in return for a lack of lore. PvP is just what it is-players fighting amongst each other. Each of the zones within WildStar have their own stories, NPCs with various quests that each help add some more life to the game, and dungeons to enter. For players that are wanting to experience the game as they progress, seeing everything it has to offer, this is a bad route to take for a first character. On the other hand, it’s possible to level up through PvP quickly, then go back and do any content you missed out on, though this defeats the purpose of trying to level fast to begin with (since you would otherwise level while progressing through content regardless).

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team TOTW-6

EA Sports have released this week’s edition of the FIFA 16 Ultimate Team Team of the Week and the headline news is that both Georginio Wijnaldum and Neymar are in the team after their respective four-goal hauls, with the former getting a hero card.

Earlier on in the season we saw both Robert Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo score five in one game and although not quite as good Wijnaldum and Neymar both deserve a lot of praise for their achievements.

Although Neymar’s goals came against a very attack minded Ray Vallecano and Wijnaldum was aided for his four by some terrible defending by Norwich City but nevertheless to score four goals in any game is a great effort.

Elsewhere the rest of the attack is still bubbling with goals with Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling in the team after bagging a hat-trick against Bournemouth.
With Sergio Aguero and David Silva both out Sterling’s form will be crucial and it is encouraging that he has stepped up in their absence.

Another member of the hat-trick club is Wolfsburg forward Max Kruse who scored his first goals for his new club in the league after a summer move from Borussia Monchengladbach and he is joined up front by FIFA 16 Ultimate Team favourite Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Elsewhere Shakhtar Donetsk’s attacking midfielder Alex Teixeira is in the extra players list despite only managing two goals whilst Marcelo and Aurelien Chedjou are in the defence.

In midfield Miralem Pjanic, who seems to have established himself as one of the premier free-kick takers in Europe at the moment, is also in the team even though the TOTW doesn’t take into account his performance in the Champions League.    Fifa 16 ps3 coins

Mmobeys Runescape gets online card game to rival Hearthstone

Watch out Hearthstone, Jagex is working hard on an online card game based on the long-running Runescape franchise they are calling Chronicle: Runescape Legends. Chronicle is adapting the widely popular free-to-play model that Blizzards Hearthstone utilizes that has also been picked up by the Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers online card game. At TwitchCon we were given a demonstration of the new game, and honestly the direction that Jagex went with the game is pretty unique.

Dont be quick to draw conclusions and call Chronicle a Hearthstone knockoff. We asked one of the long-time Runescape developers, Mat Kemp, what Chronicle does to separate itself from the competition. Here is what he had to say: People are going to make that connection, there is no denying that, but its the gameplay that is wildly different. Youll play Hearthstone and youll play Chronicle, and you will see immediately the difference between them and why it plays so different.

From my demo, he is absolutely right. Chronicle is not a typical PvP, in the sense that you sit across from an opponent and take turns wailing on each other. Chronicle is both your champion and the opponents champion working their way through a storybook of five chapters. During the story, you are playing cards to buff your character and trip up the opponent, while they do the same to you. If both characters survive the 5 chapters, the two champions go head to head, and based on your characters level, armor, and remaining health… only one will survive.

The Jagex team is dreaming big with this game, mentioning that they would like to bring this game to the Virtual or Augmented reality space in the future, or even bring it to life in the form or real cards.

World of Warcraft: Legion Prominent in Early BlizzCon 2015 Schedule

Thousands of Blizzard fans are anxiously awaiting the arrival of 2015’s BlizzCon, the holy site of all things Diablo, StarCraft and Warcraft. Less than a month stands between now and the November 6-7 event and Blizzard is wrapping up their final details. Today the schedule for BlizzCon 2015 was published and soon removed, listing panels, presentations and contests aplenty. Perhaps there are a few surprises hidden in the schedule too.

As for what isn’t surprising, World of Warcraft’s next big expansion, Legion, is looking like the star of the show. An hour and a half long “World and Content Overview” presentation for Legion fills the much vaunted slot directly after the BlizzCon 2015 opening ceremony. Three more panels and presentations for World of Warcraft will follow over the next 48 hours for a total of four and a half hours of Legion delight. None of Blizzard’s other properties will command as much attention this BlizzCon. Not too surprising considering previous expansion Warlords of Draenor increased subscription rates by over 4 million users before peaking over 10 million.

That doesn’t mean Blizzard’s other franchises will go ignored, however. Both Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft II will each have three events during the convention. Hearthstone and Blizzard’s in-development shooter Overwatch come next with two events each. That leaves poor Diablo III with only a single “Dev Talk” panel at BlizzCon. Perhaps speculation that the game’s next expansion could be revealed is premature?

From an outside perspective, the hype for BlizzCon this year is surprisingly tame. Expansions for both World of Warcraft and StarCraft II are interesting, but perhaps not showstopping. Overwatch is highly anticipated, but Blizzard doesn’t typically prize or market beta events-if a beta is even revealed this year. That leaves room for either a huge, surprise announcement or the void that the lack of an announcement would leave.

What should fans expect from BlizzCon 2015? Do they have an announcement hidden away? Do they need one?BlizzCon 2015 is scheduled to begin on November 6 and run through the next day in Anaheim, California.   Cheap wow gold online

World of Warcraft Gets New 3D Printing Partner with FabZat

FabZat today announced its partnership with FigurePrints as the exclusive European provider of 3D printing for the World of Warcraft franchise. FabZat will now provide players with access to unique 3D printed figures from the world’s most popular subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Starting today, European players will be able to design, customize and order unique 3D figures from directly inside the game to be shipped anywhere quickly in the EU through FabZat’s services.

Florent Pitoun, FabZat CEO and co-founder, said: “We provide EU fans of the World of Warcraft franchise with customizable on-demand 3D printing of the characters they love from the game. And, we provide this service in full-color sandstone using 3D Systems’ CJP technology to ensure the highest quality products are delivered to customers. It’s this focus on quality and attention to detail that has made us the preferred choice for industry-leading game publishers.”

Ed Fries, FigurePrints CEO, said: “We’re focused on enabling players to bring their World of Warcraft characters to life, and now we can offer a greater level of service through our partnership with FabZat. After reviewing several European companies in this space, we felt that FabZat would be the right partner due to their outstanding reputation for fast delivery times, unmatched quality and seamless import experience.”

For over 3 years, FabZat has fine-tuned its 3D printing approach using a proprietary formula of chemical hardeners, inks for the best rendering, and varnishing specially designed for sandstone materials. Through this approach and commitment to best-in-class entertainment figurines, FabZat has developed a 3D printing process that is unmatched in the industry. Developers can monetize their games by easily integrating FabZat’s solution for on-demand 3D printing and in-app merchandising through a state-of-the-art shop plugin for iOS, Android, and Unity, along with Facebook, Web and PC gaming support.   Cheap wow gold online